It could be the drivers themselves causing the BSODs. I had that problem
with an Atheros adapter after Windows installed a driver update. The problem
driver was available from both MS and the adapter manufacturer, and crashed
with or without the manufacturer's WLAN utility. Fortunately the original
driver was stable and good enough, just didn't have the improved security,
so I could at least still use the adapter. It was a very long time before a
fixed version of the driver was released.
Can you not use drivers from the manufacturer of your wireless card?
"psc" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Originally I used HP drivers for another model computer because it had the
> drivers for my exact wireless card. I have not gotten a single BSOD with
> until I came back to my university where they use some sort of root
> certificate internet service. Now that I keep getting BSODs I used the
> drivers Microsoft fetched for me that is also HP. This driver also gives
> the BSOD. I have a feeling it may be the internet service that is causing
> BSODs but I did have one entire semester where no BSODs occured so I'm not
> sure what is going on.
> "Barb Bowman" wrote:
>> where are you getting the drivers from?
>> On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 16:37:01 -0800, psc
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >I have an Atheros AR5007 wireless card in my laptop which also runs
>> >Ultimate x64 edition. The problem I get is every now or then I get a
>> >that is caused by my wireless card. I have the latest drivers and don't
>> >really know what to do to solve it. How can I prevent the BSOD from
>> Barb Bowman